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Amish Experience from Philadelphia Full Day

Tour Code : From $154
Destination : Center City Hotel, Amtrak\\\'s 30th Street station
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Enjoy a tour to the Amish Country in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. This is one of the oldest and largest Amish Communities in America, a place where time stands still.
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Round trip transportation from your Center City Hotel to Amtrak's 30th Street station where you start your trip to Lancaster. This historic train station is where the Harrison Ford movie "The Witness" was filmed.

Upon arrival in Lancaster you will travel to the Amish Experience tour center to spend a fun filled day of sightseeing, shopping and tasting delectable home style cooking.

View the Amish Experience F/X Theatre Presentation "Jacob's Choice." Take a guided tour of an Amish Country Homestead. Take a leisurely trip through the back roads on a motor coach tour of Lancaster. Included on the tour are stops at an Amish Quilt Shop and bakery.

Lunch is on your own where you can choose from a typical cafeteria lunch or an Amish Family Style meal complete with traditional Amish cuisine. This tour is available Monday through Saturday from April through October.
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There is a service charge per ticket. This charge will be reflected on your summary before you checkout. The total shown includes any and all taxes, fuel surcharges, and service fees. There are no additional charges, unless otherwise specified.

This tour includes an AMTRAK train from Philadelphia (75 minutes travel time) to Lancaster and motor coach transportation for the remainder of the tour, including the return to Philadelphia.

The exact departure time each morning varies depending on the AMTRAK schedule. Your departure time will be specified on your E-Ticket.

All adult passengers are required to present photo identification.

For children under the age of 8 or weighing less than 90 lbs, parents will need to bring their booster seats to comply with federal and state regulations.